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I have never been so nervous to travel anywhere as I was to go to India for the first time.
After now having made multiple trips and even lived in Delhi, I can share without hesitation that India is one of my favorite countries in the whole world. I’ve traveled there in a large group, with another female friend, and solo — throughout many of the country’s regions.
If you can, I’d actually recommend going either with someone who has been or in some sort of guided capacity for your first visit....
As a female traveling solo to France annually, often my biggest worry is what kind of wine to order with my meal or how to properly ask for something in French. Personally I have felt fairly safe in most areas of France, including Paris, during all of my many visits.
Yet since the string of terrorist attacks in Paris and Nice and across the country, I’ve found myself feeling nervous for the first time in a decade. France is one of the most touristed places in the world, yet the country remain...
Undisputedly one of the world’s greatest cities, London is simultaneously the heart of the United Kingdom and a truly global city with influences gathered from around the world.
When I recently needed to get from northern Spain to central Italy to hop a flight back to the U.S., I could have easily jumped on a budget airplane and been there the same morning. It wasn't a short journey by rail. So why did I still opt to take...
Known for its innovative tech scene, historic Victorian homes and counterculture, the city by the bay has something for everyone. There is a lot that San Francisco does well, but in particular, food, the outdoors, and a vibrant, pulsating arts scene. Experience it all with two action-packed days in one of the most beloved cities in the U.S
My local tips to ensure you also leave your heart in San Francisco.